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Aberdeen Mayor Robbie Farrell has issued a Declaration of a State of Emergency for the Town of Aberdeen effective March 30 at 5:00 p.m. and will remain in effect until modified or rescinded.  

The declaration gives the Town Manager power to take appropriate protective action to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The Town will postpone all quasi-judicial hearings on or after until May 11, 2020, subject to further notice.  The Town will postpone all advisory board meetings until on or after May 11, 2020, subject to further notice.  The Town will continue to proceed with its budget review process for FY 20/21 and provide remote access and public input to the required budget hearing(s) if this declared emergency is still in place through May 26, 2020.

The Town shall nor require immediate cut-off of water, sewer, and sanitation accounts for non-payment of fees through June 8, 2020, and shall accept partial payments on accounts, subject to change.  The Town reserves the right to charge late fees and administrative fees on all water, sewer, and sanitation accounts.  

The Town will postpone Temporary Signs enforcement to allow 1-2 temporary signs per business that must be on business property and not on public right-of-way or public property.  The Town will postpone Temporary Banner enforcement and permitting for the following instances: 1 temp banner per business located on business property (not on the right-of-way) and 32 ft total square footage per banner. 

Please view the Declaration of a State of Emergency for complete details.

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